Sunday, January 11, 2009

10 Simple Pappu ( Andhra's lentil stews)

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This cookbook lists 10 simplified, thick lentil stews from Andhra. For more detailed recipes,  check out the links from fellow bloggers listed below. The following stews are listed in this cookbook:

0.:  Mudda Pappu  

1.:   Pesaru pappu   

2.:   Tomato pappu  

3.:  Mamdikkaya pappu  

4.:  Nimmakkaya Pappu  

5.:  Dosakkaya Pappu   

6.:  Thota koora pappu   

7.:  Chinta chiguru pappu    

8.:   Gongura pappu   

9.:  Beerakkaya pesaru pappu   

And this is my first entry to SRA's legume love affair,. As the turmeric used intensifies the yellow colour of the lentils, this also would be a good fit for Sunshine Moms FIC - Yellow


sra said...

Hi Ramki, interesting format that you have here, thanks for the entry!

Sunshinemom said...

Thanks, Ramki!

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